Advisory Council for Undergraduate Affairs
The Advisory Council for Undergraduate Affairs (ACUA) is an advisory council to the Office for Undergraduate Affairs. Previously known as Council of Associate Deans or CAD, the Advisory Council for Undergraduate Affairs (ACUA) is an advisory board for the Office for Undergraduate Affairs (OUA). Members of ACUA represent all undergraduate-degree-granting colleges at UF and representatives from the Division of Student Affairs and Division of Enrollment Management. The primary responsibilities of ACUA involve academic and/or College student affairs of undergraduate students. ACUA is responsible for advising the OUA on all aspects of the undergraduate experience. Additionally, ACUA may discuss specific topics of importance to the university and/or colleges as a means of offering guidance and best practices to assist and enhance the work of the OUA. Furthermore, ACUA provides support for each member in accomplishing the work within her/his respective college/unit.
SUS Undergraduate Deans Council
The State University System (SUS) Undergraduate Deans Council considers matters of common interest relating to undergraduate study, research and programs, articulating the needs of undergraduate education, and influencing public opinion for the improvement and advancement of undergraduate education in the SUS through appropriate channels.
University Curriculum Committee
The University Curriculum Committee considers all requests for changes in undergraduate curricula or catalog listings, as well as the addition of new courses of instruction in any of the colleges, divisions, and schools of the University, except the Graduate School.